PFLUGERVILLE, TX — Pflugerville is the 7th most expensive city in which to rent an apartment in the Austin metro area, according to the latest Metro Report by Zumper apartment finders.
The median cost to rent a one-bedroom apartment in Pflugerville was found to be $980, well above the $887 state median. A two-bedroom in Pflugerville will set you back $1,270.
But those costs pale by comparison to Leander, which posted the highest median prices as the most expensive city in the region: $1,110 for a one-bedroom unit and $1,590 for a two-bedroom, according to the report.
In achieving the rankings, Zumper researchers analyzed more than 30,400 active listings in February across the 13 metro cities to show the most- and least-expensive cities and cities with the fastest-growing rents.
Among some highlights:
–Leander, TX was the priciest city to rent in the Austin metro area with a one bedroom median of $1,110. Rent here was over $200 more expensive than the $887 state median.
–Austin, TX came in just behind Leander with rent priced at $1,080, making it the second most expensive city.
–Brushy Creek, TX ranked as third with one bedroom units at $1,030.
–San Marcos, TX was the most affordable city to rent in the metro area. Rent for one bedroom units settled at $860.
–Wells Branch, TX, following closely behind, ranked as the second least expensive city with rent priced at $880.
–Kyle, TX came in third with a one bedroom median of $900.
–Georgetown, TX had the fastest growing rents, up 13.2% since this time last year.
–Jollyville, TX rents were the second fastest growing, jumping 4.4%.
–Pflugerville, TX rents ranked as third with a yearly growth rate of 4.3%.
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